Metal Hammer June 2019 Issue 322

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Published 25th April

In this issue of Metal Hammer, we challenge Amon Amarth’s Johan Hegg to an axe-throwing contest. What could possibly go wrong? We also look back at Marilyn Manson and Hole’s double-headlining tour (OK, suddenly our axe-throwing with a seven-foot Viking seems like a good idea in comparison), chat to Employed To Serve’s Justine Jones about burning the candle at both ends, remember how Keith Flint and The Prodigy got a bunch of hairy metallers raving, and speak to the standard bearers of death gospel about the tag they’re united in loathing. We also celebrate the return of Possessed after three decades away, find out how (deep breath) death-infused psychedelic post-doom sludge crew Inter Arma are turning traditional band roles on their heads, hit the studio with Abbath, and ask what happened to the lost music by Tapeworm, Gojira, Layne Staley, Metallica, Slayer, Korn, Lemmy, Judas Priest, Deftones, Slipknot and more. That enough to keep you busy? No? Sheesh. How about life lessons with Power Trip’s Riley Gale, firing reader questions at Disturbed’s David Draiman, learning about Whitechapel’s Phil Bozeman’s love for Limp Bizkit, looking back at the making of Papa Roach’s …To Be Loved, and talking drug trips with Alice Cooper? All this, plus all the essential news and reviews from the world of metal! So pull up a chair, have a cuppa (use the Amon Amarth beer mats we’re giving you so you don’t mark the coffee table), and lose yourself in these glorious pages.